Cotton Subsidies in Terrell County, Georgia totaled $2.3 million in 2019

Counties in Terrell County, Georgia Receiving cotton subsidies, 2019

Rank County Cotton Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Dooly County, Georgia$3,261,2695.7%5.7%
2Bulloch County, Georgia$2,962,1945.2%10.9%
3Worth County, Georgia$2,800,4054.9%15.8%
4Terrell County, Georgia$2,328,3284.1%19.9%
5Early County, Georgia$2,050,8653.6%23.4%
6Mitchell County, Georgia$1,910,2273.3%26.8%
7Miller County, Georgia$1,839,9433.2%30.0%
8Screven County, Georgia$1,788,4523.1%33.1%
9Colquitt County, Georgia$1,713,4063.0%36.1%
10Burke County, Georgia$1,654,8142.9%39.0%
11Decatur County, Georgia$1,393,8682.4%41.5%
12Jenkins County, Georgia$1,331,6572.3%43.8%
13Berrien County, Georgia$1,281,9542.2%46.0%
14Sumter County, Georgia$1,257,9102.2%48.2%
15Irwin County, Georgia$1,249,3482.2%50.4%
16Brooks County, Georgia$1,175,2212.1%52.5%
17Seminole County, Georgia$1,103,4921.9%54.4%
18Baker County, Georgia$1,082,3691.9%56.3%
19Appling County, Georgia$998,1171.7%58.0%
20Lee County, Georgia$980,6941.7%59.8%
21Tift County, Georgia$943,0711.6%61.4%
22Cook County, Georgia$937,7091.6%63.0%
23Coffee County, Georgia$933,4091.6%64.7%
24Grady County, Georgia$910,2471.6%66.3%
25Pulaski County, Georgia$894,7321.6%67.8%
26Crisp County, Georgia$889,5561.6%69.4%
27Candler County, Georgia$868,6991.5%70.9%
28Turner County, Georgia$833,6521.5%72.4%
29Emanuel County, Georgia$832,8411.5%73.8%
30Bacon County, Georgia$820,2151.4%75.3%
31Randolph County, Georgia$776,5831.4%76.6%
32Thomas County, Georgia$731,9021.3%77.9%
33Jefferson County, Georgia$731,5071.3%79.2%
34Webster County, Georgia$714,8411.3%80.4%
35Pierce County, Georgia$684,1771.2%81.6%
36Wilcox County, Georgia$661,1321.2%82.8%
37Jeff Davis County, Georgia$638,1341.1%83.9%
38Atkinson County, Georgia$592,7461.0%84.9%
39Macon County, Georgia$550,5421.0%85.9%
40Calhoun County, Georgia$525,8380.9%86.8%
41Bleckley County, Georgia$493,0450.9%87.7%
42Houston County, Georgia$453,9780.8%88.5%
43Dodge County, Georgia$453,8180.8%89.3%
44Stewart County, Georgia$453,7870.8%90.1%
45Effingham County, Georgia$448,4930.8%90.8%
46Ben Hill County, Georgia$416,0070.7%91.6%
47Tattnall County, Georgia$414,7060.7%92.3%
48Telfair County, Georgia$386,0470.7%93.0%
49Lowndes County, Georgia$371,8300.7%93.6%
50Laurens County, Georgia$342,2870.6%94.2%
51Wayne County, Georgia$329,5110.6%94.8%
52Toombs County, Georgia$280,3060.5%95.3%
53Dougherty County, Georgia$280,0930.5%95.8%
54Wheeler County, Georgia$272,5920.5%96.3%
55Clay County, Georgia$252,3760.4%96.7%
56Ware County, Georgia$215,3000.4%97.1%
57Taylor County, Georgia$211,4760.4%97.4%
58Twiggs County, Georgia$203,3530.4%97.8%
59Evans County, Georgia$195,9440.3%98.1%
60Peach County, Georgia$188,5380.3%98.5%
61Lanier County, Georgia$165,8060.3%98.8%
62Montgomery County, Georgia$126,0660.2%99.0%
63Marion County, Georgia$118,9460.2%99.2%
64Johnson County, Georgia$113,2580.2%99.4%
65Washington County, Georgia$103,3310.2%99.6%
66Schley County, Georgia$93,4510.2%99.7%
67Treutlen County, Georgia$89,6100.2%99.9%
68Crawford County, Georgia$29,3550.1%99.9%
69Brantley County, Georgia$28,0520.0%100.0%
70Clinch County, Georgia$7,1620.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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